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CROSSNET SOCCER

$149.99

$124.99

5.0/5 (16 reviews)

The world’s first four-way soccer game. CROSSNET has evolved from volleyball and is now incorporating the world’s most popular sport.

  • The perfect tool for juggling, skills training, or just having a good time
  • Ideal for practice, backyards, beach days, and BBQs
  • Includes a travel bag & can be set up in 5 minutes
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CROSSNET SOCCER

$124.99

5.0/5 (16 reviews)

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four square Soccer

All Skill Levels

Enjoyed in 100,00+ Households

Portable

Training Tool for Olympic Athletes

Bundles and upgrades

CROSSNET

4.6/5 (626 reviews)

$149.99

Easy to Setup And Play

average rating 5.0 out of 5
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16 Reviews
Reviewed by Mike
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Another great Crossnet product

After having the CROSSNET VOLLEYBALL for the past summer, we had to jump on the SOCCER version - it's a great training tool for the first touch out of the air and juggling!

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FAQ

Can You Reach Over the Net?

After making an attack hit, you are allowed to pass your hand beyond the net, but the contact must have been made within your own playing space.

How Do You Score?

A point can only be scored when serving from the 4th square. If the player in the 4th square does not get eliminated during a rally, they score a point. Only the 4th square can score a point.

How Do You Win?

The first player to score eleven points wins.  A player must win by two. 

How Many Touches Do You Have?

You only have one touch with your hands. After that, you are allowed to make contact with the ball with any other body part other than your hands (I.e. feet, head, knee, etc....feel free to get creative!)